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Falling for Mr. Darcy In this Regency adaptation of Jane Austen's beloved Pride and Prejudice, the simple truth is proven that sometimes a gentleman never knows his heart until a lady comes along to introduce it to him. When Mr. Darcy encounters Elizabeth Bennet injured after a fall, his concern for her welfare cracks the shell of his carefully guarded heart and a charming man emerges. Elizabeth sees an appealing side ... Full description

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  • Broché: 264 pages
  • Editeur : Meryton Press (1 mai 2012)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 193600920X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1936009206
  • Dimensions du produit: 15,2 x 1,5 x 22,9 cm
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Rita le 24 août 2013
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I really enjoyed this book.
It has several scenes I always like to read in these P&P books, but that I seldom find. It is very romantic without a lack of propriety, and Elizabeth is in love with Mr Darcy during most part of the book which is also great. Their love is strong, intense and captivating.
There are not many misunderstandings between Lizzie and Darcy in this book as it is a more romantic version, but nonetheless interesting. It even has some very interesting twists, especially those related to Mr. Bennet.
Elizabeth continues to be very teasing and humorous, and even Mr. Bennet and Darcy develop a very delightful sense of humor.
I recommend it to everyone who enjoyed Pride and Prejudice.
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Par guillermet le 8 avril 2015
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J'ai trouvé ce livre plutôt bof, il se lit assez facilement certes mais il manque le truc qui fait qu'avec ça il serait meilleur.
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13 internautes sur 13 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.5 stars! Fitzwilliam Darcy - Elizabeth's Preserver! 26 février 2013
Par Meredith - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
TYPE OF AUSTENESQUE NOVEL: Variation - What if Elizabeth experiences a bad fall while out for a ramble in the woods and Mr. Darcy is there to help her home?

TIME FRAME: A day or two after Elizabeth's and Jane's return from Netherfield Hall

MAIN CHARACTERS: Elizabeth, Darcy, Jane, Mr. Bennet, Mr. Bingley, Mr. Collins, Mr. Wickham

- I feel like a broken record saying this, but...it's Meryton Press! Of course I want to read it!
- Variations are my #1 favorite type of Austenesque novel!
- I loved the idea of Darcy coming to Elizabeth's rescue so early in the novel and wanted to see how this interaction effected the course of their relationship.

- Mr. Darcy: I greatly enjoyed KaraLynne Mackrory's Darcy - at war between his heart and his head, extremely tender and devoted in his care towards and protection of Elizabeth, and just utterly adorable when he engages in some flirting! Readers, be warned, he will steal your heart!

- There's More to Mr. Bennet than Meets the Eye: In many Austenesque novels Mr. Bennet is portrayed as neglectful, indolent, and irresponsible. But in Falling for Mr. Darcy, readers learn that all this time Mr. Bennet was purposefully trying to give the appearance of mismanaging his estate and being a indifferent parent. I loved the idea of there being more to Mr. Bennet and I LOVED how Ms. Mackrory inventively developed and added more depth to his character. I especially enjoyed the strong father-daughter relationship she manifested between Mr. Bennet and Lizzy. Seeing him act as her confidante and comforter was just so terribly sweet!

- Budding Relationships: Darcy and Elizabeth's relationship isn't the only one that is developing in this novel! I loved Georgiana's first encounter with Elizabeth in Falling for Mr. Darcy, meeting as strangers in a shop. Their pleasant and friendly exchanges were so endearing to witness! In addition, it was wonderful to see Mr. Darcy and Mr. Bennet started to establish a relationship with each other. I loved how Mr. Bennet was able to find in Mr. Darcy the son he wanted but never had, and how Mr. Darcy could look to Mr. Bennet to somewhat fill the role of parent in his life.

- Mr. Wickham and Lady Catherine: As in many Austenesque novels, Mr. Wickham is hell-bent on extracting pain and retribution from Darcy, and Lady Catherine is determined he should marry her daughter Anne. When they both catch wind of where Darcy's affections truly do lie, they both make drastic attempts to ruin his future with Elizabeth. I am, of course, all for Mr. Wickham and Lady C being the villainous foils (they excel at it!), but in this case I found their methods just a teensy bit too extreme and heinous...(even for them).

What a splendidly romantic variation of Pride and Prejudice! Eloquent, tender, and beautifully composed, this is a novel I highly recommend! Congratulations, KaraLynne Mackrory, on a marvelous debut!

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22 internautes sur 25 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A refreshing literary delight 25 avril 2012
Par Donna Cummings - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
"Falling For Mr. Darcy" was a joy to discover and devour. Ms. Mackrory's ability to captivate the reader from page one with a new twist to an old favorite was refreshing, innovative, and a delight to read. Ms. Mackrory has taken literary's favorite couple, Mr. Darcy and Ms. Elizabeth Bennet, and elevated them to a new level. "A man never knows his heart until a woman introduces it to him." Thank you Jane Austen for introducing us. Thank you Ms. Mackrory for keeping that romance alive.
10 internautes sur 10 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Finally! 8 octobre 2012
Par love10719 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
I have become addicted to P&P fiction the last few weeks. While I have found many that I've liked but there have only been three I've fallen in love with: the Aidan trilogy, Anna Elliot's Georgiana Darcy Diary series and now this one. I was stunned to find out that this was Mrs. Mackrory's first book- she captured my interest from the beginning and held it until the end. It was a sweet variation with some conflict but not filled with unnecessary angst and peril other authors feel compelled to include. I never felt the characters acted differently than I supposed they should and for this alone, I would have given it three stars. But the author infused humor, warmth, and a nice little surprise from Mr. Bennet that left me smiling.

This book comes highly recommended from a professed P&P snob!
37 internautes sur 46 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
I tried 26 mai 2012
Par Mark - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Clearly, from the other reviews, I am in the minority here. I love P&P variations, and I wanted to love this one. It started out well, but then....

Full disclosure: I have only read the first 70% of this novel.
Why? It is so dull, I just cannot read any more.

It is not so much that the plot is dull, but the prose. Sooooo much narration telling the readers what EVERYONE is thinking - and I mean everyone, even Bingley's horse! All this jumping around from one head to the next caused the narrative to plod along. Yes, on a few RARE occasions, Austen gives us a glimpse into another character's mind, but 99.5% of P&P is from Elizabeth's point of view.

The headhopping would have been a bit more palatable if it switched by scene or had some sort of natural demarcation, but the point of view often jumps from one paragraph to the next. Because of this glaring defiance of standard fiction writing practices, I assumed (wrongly) that this must be self-published. At least it is blissfully without typos and grammatical errors.

This novel would be half the length (and I would be finished) if the author would let the reader infer the characters' thoughts and feelings instead of telling us every one of them. For example, one character is thrown out of a pub, and everyone there cheers that he is being booted. He feels very angry and indignant. He storms out and slams the door. We don't need that middle part - the author has shown us his thoughts and feelings through his behavior. Readers are not stupid. Without being told what he is thinking, we won't become confused and believe he is happy and excited to be leaving.

Also, half the characters are the exact opposite of their P&P counterparts. That's fine for an original work but just wanted to let other JAFF fans to know.

I do hope the author will continue to write but first do a google search on "headhopping" and "showing vs telling." Whoever edited this novel did the author a disservice.
7 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A fun read 25 octobre 2012
Par RLD - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I've read a dozen or so P&P "what ifs" over the last few weeks and has been one of my favorites. It's not meant to be canonical; it's a fun, entertaining spinoff and I enjoyed reading it. The characters are all similar to who they were in the original--but more so. Often with success, sometimes less so.
I'll start with the negatives: Mr. Collins was odious enough; he doesn't need to be made more so. Making him older, so physically disgusting and (ahem) flatulent wasn't really necessary--the brilliance of his original character has to do with his own fine perception of himself, which this book's description makes less plausible. Mr. Wickham's character was also unnecessarily lowered. He's a rake, not a felon, right? In this version he's so evil it is not believable that the Bennet girls or Georgiana ever saw attraction in the first place. Part of his success as a villain in the original is his smooth-talking image, but in this version he's more one-dimensional.
But the Darcy and Elizabeth story is satisfying and fun. Their growing affection is believable and sweet. I liked the exaggeration of Elizabeth's relationship with her father, and his hidden life as a good property manager. His character is polished up as much as Wickham's is vilified, but for some reason it didn't bother me--I liked it. The Jane and Bingley romance was likewise sweet. And Miss Bingley and her nasty perfume cracked me up! Now she smells awful to me in all the other books I read too.
Finally, because I appreciate it when reviews give this information, this book is rated PG. It is a lovely romance but does not contain graphic sexual material.
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